Canterbury Park poker dealer wins 60k on 'Jeopardy'

Kirby Burnett was on the popular game show for three days this past week. The Star Tribune reports he walked away with $59,800 after defeating both opponents Monday and two challengers on Tuesday. The 57-year-old came in second place during Wednesday's show.
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Kirby Burnett was on the popular game show for three days this past week. The Star Tribune reports he walked away with $59,800 after defeating both opponents Monday and two challengers on Tuesday. The 57-year-old came in second place during Wednesday's show.

Checkout video (below) of Burnett on Tuesday's episode of Jeopardy:


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